Nashville Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Nashville is the capital city of Tennessee and the most populous. Nationally, it is the 23rd largest city. Phlebotomists looking to either study or work in Tennessee will find that the capital is a great place to do so.
In this article, we bring you some of the best available training and employment pathways to phlebotomy in Nashville.
Looking for phlebotomy training and education programs in Nashville? Here is a selection of choices to get you started:
The current population of Nashville, according to a 2019 analysis, is 694,144 people. The Greater Metropolitan Area takes that population to over 2 million people. Nashville, then, is a bustling city with plenty of employment opportunities in the healthcare sector.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported in 2021 (based on data collected from 2019 through 2020) that 560 phlebotomists currently work in the city. The state's total from the same report was 2,330.
It was also reported that the national demand for phlebotomy in the decade between 2019 and 2029 is expected to grow around 17%. This is over double the average of all jobs which is expected to see a 7% growth in the same period.
Nashville phlebotomists will find a range of career options in most healthcare areas. The following are some of the most common phlebotomy employers in the city. They operate in primary health, diagnostics, equipment supply, rehabilitation, and more:
- Nashville General Hospital
- Vanderbilt University Medical Center
- Dialysis Clinic Inc
- Meharry Medical College
The following salary data is available from several sources, showing how much you can expect to earn as a phlebotomist in Nashville:
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